Watch Kennedy Classics,* co-hosted by Jerry Newcombe, seen nationally: www.TruthInAction.org (*as in Dr. D. James Kennedy)
Watch a feature on our TV program that is a profile on Dr. Jerry Newcombe. This was produced by Ginny Mooney and aired in 2011.
Here’s our “lady on the ladder” story of a pro-life heroine who saves babies from being aborted.
Here’s a 2015 update from Jerry Newcombe and John Rabe on sanctity of life issues.
Here is our 2014 version of the special “Socialism: A Clear and Present Danger,” hosted by Jerry Newcombe.
Here’s a feature with Jerry Newcombe and John Rabe on 2014 Year in Review, for D. James Kennedy Ministries.
Jerry Newcombe and John Rabe discuss the Christian roots of America.
America is in a great need for a U-turn, so write David Barton and George Barna in their new book. David Barton joins Jerry Newcombe to discuss America’s Christian roots and our modern, foolish jettisoning of the same.
In 1945, the worst Naval disaster in US history took place in the sinking of the USS Indianapolis. 1197 men went into the waters after their ship was sunk by a Japanese submarine. Only 317 survived—many were eaten by sharks. One of the survivors, Edgar Harrell, author of “Out of the Depths,” comes on the Kennedy Classics to discuss what happened and God’s grace to help him through it.
Jerry Newcombe and John Rabe discuss the HHS mandate.
Here’s a feature on how the mainstream media essentially promotes Marxism
Jerry Newcombe and John Rabe discuss the V.A. hospital scandal.
Here’s a 2014 update on the persecution of Christians with John Rabe and Jerry Newcombe.
Jerry Newcombe and John Rabe discuss the issue of Common Core
Jerry Newcombe and John Rabe discuss America’s Christian heritage—a thesis not everyone shares.
In May 2014, D. James Kennedy Ministries celebrated 40 years of broadcasting.
Here’s a feature Jerry Newcombe produced on God’s hand in the founding of America.
Jerry Newcombe and John Rabe provide an update on the pro-life cause, early 2014.
Here’s a 2013 feature with Jerry N and John Rabe discussing the worldwide persecution of Christians.
Here’s a recent feature with Jerry N and John Rabe focusing on anti-Christian discrimination in the US military.
Watch a feature on how Truth in Action Ministries (formerly Coral Ridge Ministries) continues to touch lives and proclaim God’s truth.
Watch Jerry’s 2013 Memorial Day feature on Bradlee Dean with a tribute to the late Aaron Carson Vaughn, featuring his parents, Billy and Karen (edited by Fred Lesswing).
Watch Jerry’s 2013 feature on Matt Barber and how he lost a good job for expressing politically incorrect views (on his own time, on his own computer)
Watch Jerry’s 2013 feature (edited by Jeff Bull) on prayer and the National Day of Prayer
Watch Jerry’s 2013 feature (edited by Fred Lesswing) on the historicity of the Gospels—includes the renowned scholar of ancient history, Dr. Paul L. Maier, and Mike Licona, Dana Harris, and Steve Mathewson
Watch Jerry’s 2013 feature on the spiritual state of the union 2013
See our feature on how Christianity helped give birth to science
See our feature on God’s hand in the founding of America
Jerry N and John Rabe comment on America’s Christian heritage
Feedback on my broadcast work (radio and TV):
•Janet Parshall: “Jerry – it was terrific being with you, always! You do such a fabulous job – and I love the way you ‘raise the bar’ for the Church….Thanks for all you do for Christ and His Kingdom!!”
•George Grant: “Jerry Newcombe is one of the most creative, versatile, and prolific communicators working in Christian media today.”
•Dr. Bob Barnes: “Dear Jerry: I was driving home and listening to your broadcast on Monday night, January 10, with the law professor from Notre Dame. In my opinion, that was your very best interview. I ended up listening to it all the way to the end.”
•Best-selling author Bill Federer: “Jerry, I am always honored to be a guest on your show – any time – any where!!!”
•Dr. John Fea, Head of the History Department of Messiah College, wrote on his blog: “Newcombe is a Christian nationalist,* but I have appreciated his willingness to give me time on his show….He is a hospitable host and, unlike other radio hosts who share his political and religious views, he allows his guests to speak…. I was pleased with the program. Newcombe was a true gentleman and we disagreed civilly. We need to have more conversations like this.” *JN: I believe America has Christian origins as a nation and thus allows freedom for all
•Gary Habermas, Professor of Theology, Liberty University: “I enjoyed very much the interview. You asked good questions & the program flowed like we had planned it for an hour beforehand!”
•Jane Cook, author: “Hi Jerry, Enjoyed talking with you yesterday…it was great talking with such a knowledgeable host. Not that many hosts have such a depth of perspective on our nation’s founding.”
•Bob Allen, radio producer: “mega, mega-kudos on the Osterman interview. That’s probably the best, most personal ex-gay testimony I’ve ever heard… the conversation was amazingly engaging. Tremendously well done.”
•Clare Miezio of Eagle Forum in the Chicago suburbs: “May I say, I have worked with other media people and Mr. Newcombe is one of the most conscientious and accurate talk show hosts I have met. It certainly was a pleasure working with [him].”
•Richard Oxman of Jewish Family Services (Miami): “I received many positive comments about the show. My colleagues who watched the show were impressed by your interviewing style, your professionalism and knowledge of the subject.”
•Mary Kay Tortoriello, director of Footprints of Hope (a 12-step program in Ft. Lauderdale to overcome addictions): “[Jerry] is a delightful, creative, talented host.”
•Leroy H. Moe, Circuit Court Judge of Broward County: “Thank you for inviting me to be on your program to discuss crime and punishment. It was a welcome change and a very enjoyable experience due to your expertise. I have had a lot of wonderful comments and feedback.”
•Joann Jacob, attorney: “I enjoyed the interview with Jerry. He is an excellent moderator.”
•Dr. David Smith, Baylor University professor, “Dear Mr. Newcombe,
I want to thank you for having me on your radio show last week to discuss my book…I enjoyed our conversation very much.”
•Teenage listener: “Thank you Dr. Newcombe!….I enjoy listening to your radio talk shows.”
•Publicist Karen Hardin regarding interview I did with Faisil Malik (a Christian from a Muslim background): “Great interview – very fast-paced and fun to listen to.”
•From WAFG program director Lesley Hurst: “Hi Jerry…you and Barb did a fantastic job on the air last night. Thank you so much, for your hard work and great representation for our station and our Christian values. You did a good job as well
keeping it bi-partisan and sticking with issues more than people.”
•Mary Drabik, South Florida Bible College: “FYI, wanted to thank you for helping to promote the seminar with Masood – We had a Muslim man attend and he is very open to receiving Jesus…He heard about it on your radio show.”
•Rev. Bob Klingenberg: “Dear Jerry: Our sincere gratitude to you for giving us the honor of being interviewed by you on Grace FM. You are a masterful host and it was great chatting with in public about a critically important issue in the Body of Christ….You surely are in your element in that Christian Talk Forum.”
•Henry Rogers of Master Books: “Dear Jerry, Just a note to say thanks for the interview! I was very impressed with the show. My prayer is that God used our time together to touch the heart of men who struggle with pornography.”
•Ramjan Thakre, executive producer of Miracle, Saransdal, Norway: “Aril [Edvardsen] was pleased with the Malawi editions of Miracle [produced by JN]. We are translating two of the programs for the satellite broadcasts to the Arab world…Russia, Nigeria, Uganda and Denmark. The staff here had nothing but good to say about you. Everyone appreciated your personality, your patience and skill.”
•James Buckley, retired federal judge and brother of the late William F. Buckley, Jr.: “I return your excellent tape on AIDS with great thanks….I was much impressed by your own presence on television. Have you thought of applying for an anchor’s job?”
•Joe Huggins, former boss: “Jerry was the main resource on our staff for accurate information, critical facts, and the key players behind the stories…In television, creative conflicts are to be expected, yet Jerry is an excellent example of a team player who takes direction well and is always willing to go the extra mile.”
•The late cartoonist Johnny Hart (B.C. and The Wizard of Id): “Dear Jerry, you did a wonderful job on the interview. The music (spooky) and otherwise was great. The graphics were outstanding. You deserve a raise!”
•Scholar Dr. Paul Maier, on a program for which I served as lead producer: “The Who Is This Jesus special I think was extremely successful in breaking out of the evangelical ghetto…I think it was marvelously done and was wondrously received.”
•D. James Kennedy (1930-2007): “I have been very impressed with your work, especially the specials whose production you have headed up. I believe you have made a significant contribution to the work of Coral Ridge Ministries, for which I am very grateful. I believe that your contribution to the kingdom of God will be even far greater in the years to come. It has always been a pleasure working with you as well.”
•Debbie Revitzer (boss, 1995-2009): “I never dreamed when I came to Coral Ridge that I would work with someone so smart, so fun and so Christ-like. You really are amazing.”
•Dr. Gary Cass, former colleague: “We really appreciate your creativity and insights into Kingdom truth. You have an amazing grasp of our history and the culture.”
•Kerby Anderson: “I praise God for your many talents as a producer, broadcaster, author…You are a gifted individual who uses his gifts & talents for the Lord.”